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St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser

St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser Huntingdonshire, England

17 Feb 1866

the Liners' party: yet little consolation In the secs. si•n his fore., the , . 'oath-tit Mr. tobolen, he will tell the Mune presently h. Ir. ssU he were almost alone. Nest to Mr liriaht I. Mr Veeley. fl for Line - An, the Mend and host I;ftrl.Ml.ll, orb

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St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser

St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser Huntingdonshire, England

8 Feb 1879

MB. SPUBJIZON AND HIS CON. OREGATION. Th • Rev. C. H. Smarms biassed from Menton* where he is at present seething rest, • sermon to his congregation, errttee, he say., when away from hie people. Mr. Spurgeon teeing his text • portion of the 27 v. 20

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St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser

St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser Huntingdonshire, England

15 Jan 1859

hut Mr. Braidwood saps that although the fires are 1 leap to ntiMber during the past year, there have ham great many of a more serious character than Mr. Gladstone m on Mn wiry hinoi, having di:S-played one more of his many accomphshments in his Ronan

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St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser

St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser Huntingdonshire, England

17 Aug 1861

Mar. had alb bar Iwo prig woo Mr mole mile lister Win* IC , dr • fool. TS. MEd* sod Voogd Or trim woo wool -1 irk 7lw dkr dr boor, rip! • Soil. Onum Ro TT A Hoonsmisraii — AWES a Howard, raiding at robbed al is 1'• dr laird Moo& ire* or for sou win A tit

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Huntingdon, Bedford & Peterborough Gazette

Huntingdon, Bedford & Peterborough Gazette Huntingdonshire, England

8 Aug 1835

practicable to carry through parliamentary stages this session. The Lord Advocate, Mr. Wallace. M.P., Mr. Ewart, M.P., Mr. Oswald, M.P.,Dr. Dowriug, Mr, Hutt, M.P , Mr. P. Stewart, M.P., and a numerous deputation, had an interview with the Chancellor

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St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser

St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser Huntingdonshire, England

7 Nov 1868

press= year 1,7111 Game is very plentiful in Parka miff Europe appears to be laid under to supply Mrs. Linooth lately prod Frankfo= her way to (a 013th Mr ma Mold* there. She wee eleereardet o pressed telthithed, Nlee, Naples. ft.:Weer Beim at 'Vincennes

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St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser

St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser Huntingdonshire, England

20 Jun 1885

1 44 free his be nine for the Innonic--• emir the iesset the IMO& /Aka! he it QQweesems Lad Telemeel.. e l BaimkgklimMY* wee heft by lir Qum WI et; liethitoshise len Isnind pa the pram* The kir ie le trentionally ins mad the snit Loathe his. the 17th

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St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser

St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser Huntingdonshire, England

4 Nov 1865

MR. GLADSTONE AND THE WORKING MEN. torn.d.vit on Wednesday to w e l.mmo Mr. Gladstone. At mmit Le hail on address reveented to him hr the National Ifeform Union. To that he returned answer, in 'whir+, as might hare been convected, hem oh no definite effusion

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St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser

St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser Huntingdonshire, England

29 May 1869

the EaMoll ism* bin* ea Mr. Mu with lag Its It bra et sad read •I lb. err sr& rad re bans into the t =Mem awl tali die vas • rag warm bar, ri. tie bee sad bat aiding be alert bre dri area adorn. - dews air weber lite up laird w. to blab ku Ob, are

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St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser

St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser Huntingdonshire, England

12 Jul 1873

lolls In his a lie • lady, for be met see soil his pstentleador beet so mates MOS Idd glove, But when his emelt the amnia bre up to the top the doors are *room err mad reps he the earth the prat the pest footsteps. With his ebony stick in his right bead

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Huntingdon, Bedford & Peterborough Gazette

Huntingdon, Bedford & Peterborough Gazette Huntingdonshire, England

30 Sep 1837

less than twelve Mr. Wood. Second best ditto Mr. Newman. Best flowering Plant a pot, by Lady Alice Peel—Mr. Jarvis* Best Basket of Fruit, Lady Pollock Mr. Laird. The Judges (Mr. Catlin, of Cambridge, and Mr. Slight, of Godmanchester) awarded the following

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St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser

St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser Huntingdonshire, England

30 May 1874

are also proposed by Sir Ilitroourt Johnson, Mr. Aeshetor., and Mr. Laird, to close pubbchouses in towns of 10,000 inhabitants or more on Saturday nights at eleven, instead 1/1.30 as proposed in the bill, and Mr. Wilson will Jpropose that the houses shall

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St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser

St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser Huntingdonshire, England

15 Aug 1863

consisting of Mr. Crockett, the lion tamer, Mr. Davies, his secretary, Mr. Cooke, the lesper at the Circus, and a M. Beranger, of the Batignoiles, visited the Column of the Beanie, Paris, and on thespur of the moment Mr. Cooke laid . Mr. Crockett a of

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St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser

St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser Huntingdonshire, England

15 Feb 1873

Secrtory Ind on th, table mono Mr Regulation; for the use la . Pests, whada cancelled Mr. Ai notes Mathis orter, sw4 thus lee toms was left lee mates Mr. lylamle wa iled have -inured the TOM Onemen sinner of Wylie' Bret Mr Vernon kit that the Hoses cool

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St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser

St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser Huntingdonshire, England

24 Oct 1863

Tenon wan; we ben traced his. with his spurious articles in Rent, Sorneeseteldre, Middlesex, and other parts, and have known two of his victims. lie generally makes use of the hackneyed tale that they are the property of an aged lady reduced in circumstances

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St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser

St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser Huntingdonshire, England

1 Apr 1865

specially attacked Mr. 01thann e, whose epoch be mid meant 1000 They were cd ad of the Irish Church as porde.. lie untended that the Cherdi bad • clear right her endownreefe, and denounced attempt. to Interfere with Shun. Mr. O. Den, Mr Cow, end Mr. Y. Urquhart

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St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser

St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser Huntingdonshire, England

6 Oct 1866

Hamilton, Captain Edieetc n, L.N., Captain Prows., R.N., Mr. W. Barber ( Chairman of the Great Ship Company), Sir Charles Bright, M.P., Mr. T. R Hornbill. M. P. Mr. K. R. Graves, M.P. Mr. J. Laird, M.P., and Yr. T. &Man. (' , soul, A:. The decoration..

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St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser

St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser Huntingdonshire, England

23 Apr 1864

motioned by Mr. 0 Duff, Lord Moatitga, Sir C Bentlock, 30. Cochrane, Mr. Neva,. gate, Sr U. Verney, sod Mr. Liddell. Mr, Ltyerd eeederner.ll the &mouton 01 this qtt•stluo on the ere the stet*: of the ea. went tn. (nigh Outstations:a of Mr.pallo ae. sad

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St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser

St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser Huntingdonshire, England

10 Sep 1864

Don* against his a and named Oriot, wades dm &Bowing :—Boaie time Beement hi the lower part of his home to Oriot as a shop, bat War lir since transferred hie lime to a dealer in esaargota (edible =ail.), maned Leong, who now carries his balms there. This

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St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser

St. Neots Chronicle and Advertiser Huntingdonshire, England

19 Nov 1859

the bravely e in were nee Air eel of to Mr. nehlere's for amerpmed Tiede. They were erre by tow. their bet ismaged to Mr. home. Beier the retort with however, the other wears err te atheer dreadful mean fellowig Mr of the everteek her, ewe her he the footpath

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